The Haitian Project: Subsidiary, Solidarity and the Importance of Catholic Missionary Work in Haiti
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Date and Time
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 12:15 p.m.
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, Theatre
Subsidiary, Solidarity and the Importance of Catholic Missionary Work in Haiti
Guided by the Catholic missionary principles of subsidiary and solidarity, Deacon Moynihan will discuss the role of The Haitian Project in creating a better future for Haiti and describe the life and responsibilities of a THP volunteer. Volunteers are on the front lines of addressing Haiti's greatest obstacles by seeking locally sustainable solutions that are executed in solidarity with those we seek to help.
10 month teaching positions Available beginning August 2014 Louverture Cleary School, The Haitian Project's tuition-free, Catholic boarding school. (Grades 7 - 13) Qualifications: BA or BS degree and a commitment to catholic social teaching. Background in teaching or education is not required
About Deacon Moynihan
Deacon Patrick Moynihan has been living and working in Haiti with his family since 1996 as president of The Haitian Project (THP) and head of its Louverture Cleary School, a tuition-free, Catholic, co-educational secondary boarding school outside Port-au-Prince that educates the future leaders of Haiti. Deacon Moynihan is committed to building the education and leadership of Haiti from within. With 16 years of experience on the ground, Deacon Moynihan is an expert commentator of Haiti's needs both before and after the earthquake.
The College of Arts and Sciences, Office of Pre-Health Advising, University Ministry, Career Services, Department of Biology, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Center for Community Service Learning, and School of Leadership and Education Sciences